Americas Best Value Inn Columbus Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so we just stayed on the coach and fixed lunch. By the time we'd finished eating the rain had stopped so Jim took over and on we went to Buckeye Lake.
We got set up in our campsite then went to eat dinner. Jim found a local diner called "Clay's Cafe" in Hebron, OH. You can see pictures attached. It was quaint with stools at the counter that reminded us of our growing up ...
We awoke early this morning so we got up and got on the road by 6:45 am. We left under cloudy skies with a drizzly rain that turned heavy off and on for the first three hours. In an attempt to avoid as many tolls as possible, we traveled out I-70 to I-68 into West Virginia passing Sideling Hill and Cheat Lake along the way.
Once into Pennsylvania on I-79 we hopped off the interstate to take a look at the Hughes Bridge, a covered bridge built in 1889 on a side ...
2 months ago I was on my way to LA, feeling lucky that I would have 2 months on Anna Maria again next winter. Now I am excited to say that we have purchased a little 2 bedroom condo in The Inlets, closing in August. I will have my "bike ride to the beach" winter home after all. We were told of the condo ( didn't realize The Inlets had condos), made an offer contingent on our seeing the unit. With an agreed to price we tried out Allegiant Air, dropped ...
... button: nothing. He managed to pull the trunk release: nothing. I guess since the alarm was on, nothing would work. He told me I'd have to get a tow to the dealer so they can get in. It was Sunday and the dealers were closed so I had to wait until the next morning. It was time for some beer. I called Roya who was at the Goat with some friends and she came to pick me up. We got there and I ordered my beer from the bar. Her friends ...
... and eclectic shops. It certainly looked and felt different to most American suburbs because of the architecture and cobbled streets covered in snow. We had lunch at an old sausage shop called Schmidt's which had expanded into a restaurant that catered more for American tastes while still serving authentic German food. Afterwards, we went for a treacherous walk through the streets in search of a nice coffee and chocolate shop ...